"Never Lose Faith and You Will Make It Through"

"Never Lose Faith and You Will Make It Through"
20 de ene. de 2024 · 44m 53s

Title: "Never Lose Faith and You Will Make It Through" 🎙️ Join us for a heartfelt and inspiring journey on episode 28 of Resilient Voices & Beyond Podcast, titled "Never...

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Title: "Never Lose Faith and You Will Make It Through"

🎙️ Join us for a heartfelt and inspiring journey on episode 28 of Resilient Voices & Beyond Podcast, titled "Never Lose Faith and You Will Make It Through." In this powerful episode, we sit down with the incredible Tamisha Macklin, a woman of many titles and a beacon of resilience.

Tamisha Macklin wears many hats - Wife, Mother, Foster care/Juvenile Justice Alumni, System Change Maker, Advocate for Youth, Life Coach, Mentor, Motivational Speaker, Author, and Poet. At 35 years old, she's not just a survivor but a true force of change.

In this episode, Tamisha opens up about her remarkable life story. She spent her formative years in the child welfare system and later found herself entangled in the Juvenile Justice system. Against all odds, she aged out of care at 19. Tamisha's tenacity led her to complete her undergraduate degree at Metropolitan State University of Denver, earning a bachelor's degree in Cross-System Youth Services. But she doesn't stop there; she aspires to attain a master's degree to continue her mission.

For over 15 years, Tamisha has dedicated herself to improving the child welfare and Juvenile justice systems. She has graced youth panels, held positions on various boards, and traveled as an advocate for organizations that support children and youth. Tamisha's "lived experience" is her driving force, empowering her to assist other youth in their journeys.

Tamisha's journey is marked by recognition and achievement. She was twice nominated for the Spirit of Youth Award by the Coalition for Juvenile Justice. She also presented at the Georgetown University Training Institutes children's mental health conference in 2014, sharing her insights on being a leader and advocate within systems of care.

Her involvement extends to projects like HYPE (Helping Youth on the Path to Employment) through Rutgers University, where she worked on developing a Manual and Training Program for Transition Age Youth and Young Adults with Psychiatric Conditions. Tamisha is also actively contributing to Elevating Connections INC, a non-profit organization supporting siblings separated in foster care.

Before embarking on her journey as a mother, Tamisha actively participated in various councils, boards, and committees, making significant contributions to the National Policy Council for Foster Youth and Alumni, the Colorado COACT systems of care steering committee, and more.

Recently, Tamisha made a significant life change, leaving Denver for a new beginning in Michigan, all while contemplating her next career endeavor and taking time to write her story.

Connect with Tamisha and be inspired:
📧 Email: Tamisha.Macklin-Clark@outlook.com
🔗 Guest's Facebook Profile
🔗 Guest's LinkedIn Profile

Tune in now for a podcast episode that will leave you motivated and believing in the strength of the human spirit. #ResilienceJourney #BelieveInYourself #NeverLoseFaith #YouthAdvocacy #LifeAfterAdversity #PodcastEpisode #TamishaMacklin 🎧
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